Weissenhof Siedlung 1927 - REDUX with Revit & Enscape3D

Weissenhof Siedlung 1927 - REDUX with Revit & Enscape3D

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Description

In 1927, an exhibition commonly known as the Weissenhof Estate (German: Weissenhof Siedlung) was held in Stuttgart Germany in which leading architects such as Walter Gropius, Peter Behrens, and Le Corbusier were commissioned to showcase a new domestic architecture of Modernity.

Bombing damage during World War II is responsible for the complete loss of the homes by Gropius, Hilberseimer, Bruno Taut, Poelzig, Max Taut, and Döcker and accounts for the partial loss of Le Corbusier's House 14-15 which was fully restored and now houses the Weissenhof Museum. The second slide indicates in red, the footprints of these 9 homes.

The Autodesk Revit model from which these Enscape renderings and the YouTube videos below were produced, recreates the 9 homes destroyed and positions them in their original location along side the homes extant.

Weissenhof As It Were with Enscape3D -

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Enscape3D Videos on YouTube:
Weissenhof As It Were with Enscape3D - https://youtu.be/xR174kv9lI8
Weissenhof Slideshow of Homes - https://youtu.be/wQWApcV5sUs
Walking tour of Le Corbusier's House 15 - https://youtu.be/_71aZPQaVE0
Walking tour of Hans Scharoun's House 33 - https://youtu.be/zXLUDbgQmjY

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